“Reading your article stirred me to think deeper about the topic of self-love. Two things immediately came to mind: first, healthy self-love involves a personal journey of acceptance; and second, healthy self-love should ideally lead a person to want to share more love with others. Self-love is part of the process of learning to accept […]
Author Archive: Sola Olu
Sola Olu is the author of the riveting memoir, The Summer Called Angel. She was born and raised in Nigeria. As a child she loved making up stories and as soon as she could write, she started to put them on paper. She holds degrees in English and Information Systems, works in the retail industry and volunteers as a counselor to mothers of premature babies. Her writings also include essays, poetry and children’s stories. Sola loves to cook and travel and enjoys the theater. She lives in Illinois with her husband and two children.
When you read the title of this article, you probably pulled a chair, relaxed and said to yourself, “this is going to be interesting.” Well, you’re right, it is going to be interesting, but only because middle children are indeed very interesting. I started my article by doing a Google search and here is one […]
Immigrants have come to the US or other countries from their country of origin. Most of them as adults with their cultures already embedded in them. I came to the United States 13 years ago, as an adult. I am a Nigerian, though now a US citizen. All I knew when I arrived was the […]